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Sharp executives pointed out that Sharp doesnt want its bad business performance bringing financial burden on Hon Hai and thus is willing to renegotiate the prices for Hon Hai to obtain 9.
When their backs were against the wall these hospital bosses definitely told us they would have the opportunity to renegotiate the contract," he said.
Following this, 68 per cent of solicitors believe clients should re-value their pension pots, and 64 per cent believe clients should renegotiate their other investments, such as stocks and shares.
com/research/7fd6e9/why_to_negotiate) has announced the addition of the "Why to Negotiate & Renegotiate Contracts Before the End of the Year as a CEO" audioconference to their offering.
IRELAND might be able to renegotiate penal interest rates imposed after the IMF bailout, the Finance Minister admitted yesterday.
Global Banking News-7 April 2010-Greece denies plans to renegotiate IMF deal(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
A bankruptcy judge will allow Delta Air Lines to renegotiate leases on 88 jetliners.
Councilwoman Wendy Greuel, the committee's acting chairwoman, said there was no satisfactory explanation for the delays, adding that failure to renegotiate the contracts has hurt the city and the franchises' 600,000 customers.
Knafaim said in July 2003 that the airline was planning to return two of the 12 aircraft it leased from the company and renegotiate contract terms for the other ten aircraft.
The former education minister says he'll boost tax revenue, create much-needed jobs and renegotiate the country's foreign debt with the International Monetary Fund.
Global Banking News-30 March 2010-HSBC says it is comfortable with Dubai World's proposal to renegotiate terms on debt(C)2010 ENPublishing - http://www.
Opposition TDs said calls by the junior coalition partner to renegotiate would have more credibility had they been voiced before the Budgets which targeted the most vulnerable in society.